Job Opening: Work Incentives Benefits Specialist, South Eastern Wisconsin

In Job Openings by Theresa Kulow

Employment Resources Inc. (ERI) seeks a full time staff person with exceptional knowledge of public benefits available to people with disabilities, including those benefit related to employment.  Primary duties include educating clients about the impact of earned income on benefits, entitlements and subsidies, assisting the client to identify and access appropriate work incentives available through the Social Security Administration, Medical …

Job Opening: Work Incentives Benefits Specialist, South Central & North Eastern Wisconsin

In Job Openings by Theresa Kulow

ERI seeks a full time staff person with exceptional knowledge of public benefits available to people with disabilities, including those benefit related to employment.  Primary duties include educating clients about the impact of earned income on benefits, entitlements and subsidies, assisting the client to identify and access appropriate work incentives available through the Social Security Administration, Medical Assistance, and County Human …

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ERI Celebrates 25 Years with Open House

In Featured, News by Theresa Kulow

Thanks to all of you who joined us last night for our Open House and 25th Anniversary Celebration. It was wonderful to see so many old and new friends, partners, and collaborators. Though Employment Resources, Inc. (ERI) continues to grow in size and reach since our inception 25 years ago, our focus has always remained the same: empowering people with …

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You Asked: Ticket to Work Questions Answered

In Blog, Employment Articles, Featured, News, Ticket to Work Articles by Theresa Kulow

Social Security is spreading the word about the underutilized Ticket to Work and Self-Sufficiency Program as a way for people with disabilities to achieve their employment goals. I recently mentioned in a blog post that the Social Security began mailing letters to beneficiaries who qualify for the Ticket to Work program. Based on that post, I received a number of questions about …

Job Opening: Graphic and Web Designer

In Job Openings by Theresa Kulow

Do you enjoy the challenge of visually representing complex content and ideas?  Are you a graphic designer with e-learning experience? The graphic designer creates visuals to enhance learning from scripts created by subject matter experts.  Are you able to take ready-made content and think about new and creative ways of presenting that content? Are you able to blend your graphic …

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Madison Event Highlights ADA 25th Anniversary and Artists with Disabilities

In Events, Events_Current, Featured, News by Theresa Kulow

ERI was pleased to be participate in the recent Top of State Showcase of Artists with Disabilities in celebration and recognition of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 25th Anniversary this year. On Thursday, September 17th, MadCity Bazaar @ Top of State celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the American’s with Disabilities Act by presenting an Artists with Disabilities Showcase. The …

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Transforming Community – When Social Justice Meets Economic Visioning

In Events, Events_Current, Featured, News by Theresa Kulow

ERI was pleased to be participate in WORT FM Radio Access Hour “Transforming Community – When Social Justice Meets Economic Visioning.” Madison Nonprofit Day took over the WORT FM Access Hour for 1 hour to discuss social justice. Several area nonprofits gathered to lend their perspectives to the question of – from defining the region to building new, creative economies, …

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We’ve Moved: Time to Update Your Address Book

In Featured, News, Stories by Theresa Kulow

ERI is on the Move… (literally) Our bags are packed and ready to go (mostly). Time to update your address book!  As of September 1, ERI’s new address will be: 2701 International Lane, Suite 210 Madison WI 53704 International Lane is the road leading to the Madison airport. Our phone and emails will remain the same! For directions visit our …

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Possible Fraud Risk with SNAP Program

In Featured, News, Stories by Theresa Kulow

The federal Food and Nutrition Service Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) has notified states that there have been reports of the general public receiving unsolicited calls from what appears to be the SNAP toll free information hotline number at 1-800-221-5689.  The unsolicited callers are requesting personal information offering assistance for filling out a SNAP application or other non-SNAP related services …